The excruciatingly long wait for the return of competitive football ends this weekend when Leeds United travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.
The opening weekend of the Premier League season always sparks intrigue and a clash between old rivals is certain to have tails wagging.
Leeds were on the receiving end of a humiliating 6-2 drubbing when they last visited Old Trafford but managed to hold the Red Devils to a 0-0 draw at Elland Road in April.
Both sides will be desperate to make a positive start to the new campaign and the presence of both home and away supporters is almost certain to add spice to the encounter.
Here is how you can follow every kick of the game if you have not secured a ticket in the away end.
What channel is Manchester United vs Leeds United on?
Now that supporters are allowed in stadiums again, less matches will be streamed live on television.
Fortunately for Leeds supporters not attending, this mouth-watering clash has been selected for coverage by BT Sport and will be shown on their 1HD channel.
Coverage starts at 11:30am and the match kicks off an hour later at 12:30pm.
You can check out BT’s latest package deals here if you are not already a subscriber.
Can I stream Manchester United vs Leeds United?
Yes. Current BT Sport subscribers can use the official app to stream the game on desktop or on a tablet or mobile device.
There will also be coverage here on Leeds Live, where we will take you through all the action from the first whistle to the final one.
Is there any early team news?
Manchester United could have four players missing through injury and illness.
Marcus Rashford will miss the game due to an operation on his shoulder, Alex Telles is unlikely to play in August due to an ankle injury and Jesse Lingard will miss out having tested positive for COVID-19. Dean Henderson may also be absent after contracting the virus as although he is now testing negative, the goalkeeper is suffering from its after effects.
There has been no official announcement on the returns of Eric Bailly and Amad Diallo following their involvement at the Olympics with Ivory Coast.
Leeds may be without defender Diego Llorente, who went off injured in the pre-season friendly defeat to Real Betis and has not been seen since.
There has also been no official statement on the fitness of Junior Firpo, who did not feature in friendlies against Ajax and Villareal.
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